The Wall Street Journal

04 October 2012

Retailers turned in underwhelming comps in September as sales dropped from their summer levels, according to a Wall Street Journal article. “September is a transition month with back-to-school over and the holiday shopping not yet begun,” said Nancy Liu, a retail strategist at Kurt Salmon, in the article. “This means sales can be tempered, especially with the uncertainty the election throws into the mix.”

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